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London's 'Cheesegrater' building to be sold for €1.3bn to Chinese firm - Irish Independent;

London's 'Cheesegrater' building to be sold for €1.3bn to Chinese firm - Irish Independent

Irish IndependentLondon's 'Cheesegrater' building to be sold for €1.3bn to Chinese firmIrish Independent... 'Cheesegrater' building to be sold for €1.3bn to Chinese firm. Independent.ie. British Land has clinched a deal to sell London's "Cheesegrater" building to the investment vehicle of Chinese property magnate Cheung Chung Kiu for £1.15bn (€1.3bn).and more »

CC Land Buys London's “Cheesegrater” for $1.42 Billion - Mingtiandi;

CC Land Buys London's “Cheesegrater” for $1.42 Billion - Mingtiandi

MingtiandiCC Land Buys London's “Cheesegrater” for $1.42 BillionMingtiandiA regional developer from western China this week staked out a bigger place for itself in one of the world's biggest real estate markets with the £1.15 billion ($1.42 billion) of London's “cheesegrater” office tower. Chongqing-based CC Land has agreed ...and more »

Chinese investors buy Cheesegrater for more than £1bn - Business Sale Report;

Chinese investors buy Cheesegrater for more than £1bn - Business Sale Report

Business Sale ReportChinese investors buy Cheesegrater for more than £1bnBusiness Sale ReportThe Cheesegrater, one of the tallest buildings in London, has been sold for £1.15 billion to Chinese investors, it has been confirmed. British Land and Oxford Properties, which both own 50 per cent of the distinctive wedge-shaped building, formerly ...and more »

Chinese capital pours into London offices as CC Land closes deal on 'Cheesegrater' tower purchase - South China Morning Post;

Chinese capital pours into London offices as CC Land closes deal on 'Cheesegrater' tower purchase - South China Morning Post

South China Morning PostChinese capital pours into London offices as CC Land closes deal on 'Cheesegrater' tower purchaseSouth China Morning PostA real estate company controlled by Chinese tycoon Cheung Chung-kiu agreed to buy the Leadenhall Building in London, the Square Mile's tallest tower known as the “Cheesegrater”, for £1.135 billion (US$1.4 billion). The deal marks the largest ever ...and more »

CC Land acquires London's Cheesegrater building for €1.34 billion - Property Magazine International

CC Land acquires London's Cheesegrater building for €1.34 billionProperty Magazine InternationalCC Land has acquired London's „Cheesegrater“ building for €1.34 billion (£1.15 billion) in what is thought to be the second-largest single asset sale in the city's history. Hong Kong based CC Land has exchanged contracts with joint owners British Land ...and more »

Chinese firm buys London tower home to several insurers - Insurance Business;

Chinese firm buys London tower home to several insurers - Insurance Business

Insurance BusinessChinese firm buys London tower home to several insurersInsurance BusinessChinese investors have acquired the tallest building in the City of London's business district that houses several insurance firms including industry giant Aon. According to a report by the BBC, The Leadenhall Building has been sold by owners British ...and more »

Asian Investor Buys London Tower - finews.asia;

Asian Investor Buys London Tower - finews.asia

finews.asiaAsian Investor Buys London Towerfinews.asiaHong Kong-based investor CC Land, is buying the City of London's tallest office tower for more than one billion pounds. The Leadenhall Building, which is better known as the «Cheesegrater», is being sold by U.K. listed company British Land and Oxford ...and more »

Chinese ink £1.2bn deal to buy London's Cheesegrater - Building Design;

Chinese ink £1.2bn deal to buy London's Cheesegrater - Building Design

Building DesignChinese ink £1.2bn deal to buy London's CheesegraterBuilding DesignBritish Land and Oxford Properties – which developed the 225m building, designed by Rogers Stirk Harbour & Partners – confirmed the sale in a statement to investors yesterday. The buyer is CC Land, a company controlled by 52 year old Chinese property ...and more »

Chinese clinch £1bn deal to buy the Cheesegrater - The Times (subscription);

Chinese clinch £1bn deal to buy the Cheesegrater - The Times (subscription)

The Times (subscription)Chinese clinch £1bn deal to buy the CheesegraterThe Times (subscription)The tallest skyscraper in the City of London has been sold to Chinese investors in a substantial vote of confidence in the commercial property sector. The owners of the Leadenhall Building, nicknamed the Cheesegrater, have exchanged contracts to sell ...and more »

CC Land to buy London's 'Cheesegrater' - China Daily;

CC Land to buy London's 'Cheesegrater' - China Daily

China DailyCC Land to buy London's 'Cheesegrater'China DailyChinese firm CC Land confirmed it is in talks to buy the tallest building in City of London for 1.02 billion pounds ($1.26 billion), in the largest Chinese investment in the United Kingdom's real estate market if the deal is completed successfully ...and more »

Chinese magnate buys London 'Cheesegrater' skyscraper - Daily Times;

Chinese magnate buys London 'Cheesegrater' skyscraper - Daily Times

Daily TimesChinese magnate buys London 'Cheesegrater' skyscraperDaily TimesThe magnate's CC Land will buy The Leadenhall Building, shaped like a cheesegrater, after reaching an agreement worth the equivalent of $1.23 billion or 1.35 billion euros with British Land and Oxford Properties, joint owners of the prestigious site.and more »

London's Cheesegrater sold for a whopping £1.15 billion - Property Community;

London's Cheesegrater sold for a whopping £1.15 billion - Property Community

Property CommunityLondon's Cheesegrater sold for a whopping £1.15 billionProperty CommunityAffectionately referred to as the “Cheesegrater” one of London's most iconic properties has changed hands for a whopping £1.15 billion. This will surprise many people especially when the most recent valuation, completed in September 2016, placed a ...and more »

Another of London's skyscrapers heads for the Brexit: Chinese property tycoon buys the Cheesegrater for £1.15BILLION - Daily Mail;

Another of London's skyscrapers heads for the Brexit: Chinese property tycoon buys the Cheesegrater for £1.15BILLION - Daily Mail

Daily MailAnother of London's skyscrapers heads for the Brexit: Chinese property tycoon buys the Cheesegrater for £1.15BILLIONDaily MailThe Cheesegrater, one of London's tallest skyscrapers, has been sold to a Chinese investor for £1.15 billion. CC Land Holdings Ltd, a Hong Kong-based firm run by Chinese property magnate Cheung Chung-kiu, has agreed to purchase the iconic building ...and more »

Real Estate Rumors: Oxford, Hickory Farms, Silver Lake - Law360 (subscription)

Real Estate Rumors: Oxford, Hickory Farms, Silver LakeLaw360 (subscription)Law360, Minneapolis (March 1, 2017, 3:49 PM EST) -- Oxford Properties and British Land are in late-stage talks to sell London's so-called Cheesegrater tower and may fetch £1 billion ($1.23 billion) for the property, Reuters reported on Tuesday. If the ...and more »

China magnate buys London 'Cheesegrater' tower - Deutsche Welle;

China magnate buys London 'Cheesegrater' tower - Deutsche Welle

Deutsche WelleChina magnate buys London 'Cheesegrater' towerDeutsche WelleA Hong-Kong-based company has agreed to acquire London's distinctive Leadenhall Building, also known as the "Cheesegrater" skyscraper. It'll be yet another famous office building there under foreign ownership. London's Leadenhall Building ...and more »

Hong Kong firm buys London's 1.1-billion-pound 'Cheesegrater' tower - Europe Online Magazine

Hong Kong firm buys London's 1.1-billion-pound 'Cheesegrater' towerEurope Online MagazineLondon (dpa) - A Hong Kong-based firm on Wednesday exchanged contracts to buy central London's iconic "Cheesegrater" office tower for 1.135 billion pounds (1.4 billion dollars). The value of the deal, reportedly the second-highest for a British ...and more »

"Cheesegrater" building sold for a massive £1.15bn - London Loves Business

London Loves Business"Cheesegrater" building sold for a massive £1.15bnLondon Loves BusinessOne of London's tallest buildings which is known as the Cheesegrater has been sold to Chinese investors for a massive £1.15bn. British Land and Oxford Properties, both owned 50 per cent of the famous skyscraper, both companies have said contracts have ...and more »

China's CC Land pays $1.42 bln for 'Cheesegrater' - MarketWatch

China's CC Land pays $1.42 bln for 'Cheesegrater'MarketWatchCC Land Holdings Ltd, backed by a Hong Kong property tycoon, has agreed to pay GBP1.15 billion ($1.42 billion) for a London skyscraper in one of the city's biggest ever real estate deals. British Land PLC and Oxford Properties Group, the real-estate ...and more »

'Cheesegrater' owners agree £1.15bn sale to CC Land - Financial Times;

'Cheesegrater' owners agree £1.15bn sale to CC Land - Financial Times

Financial Times'Cheesegrater' owners agree £1.15bn sale to CC LandFinancial TimesThe City of London's tallest tower is to be sold to Chinese investors after the joint owners of the “Cheesegrater” building exchanged contracts to sell it to China's CC Land. British Land, which developed the tower in a 50-50 joint venture with Canada ...and more »

London's 'Cheesegrater' building was just sold to a Chinese investor for over £1 billion - Business Insider;

London's 'Cheesegrater' building was just sold to a Chinese investor for over £1 billion - Business Insider

Business InsiderLondon's 'Cheesegrater' building was just sold to a Chinese investor for over £1 billionBusiness InsiderLONDON — The "cheesegrater," one of London's tallest buildings, has been sold to a Chinese property tycoon for £1.15 billion ($1.41 billion). Property developer British Land and Oxford Properties, a Canadian pension fund, sold the 225-metre skyscraper ...and more »